anonymous asked:

Hello :) I was wondering if you could maybe give me a reading list for Captain Marvel? I really want to start reading about her but I dont no where to start. Thankyou. Love your blog x

If you’re extremely invested and want to start right at the beginning then read Captain Marvel Vol 1 (1969) issue #18 which is her origin story, followed by Ms Marvel Vol 1 (1977). Then read Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 (1982) issue #164 which features Carol’s first appearance in her Binary form. Then read ‘New Avengers’ Vol 2 (2006) which really sets her up to be Marvel’s primary female superhero. Then read ‘Civil War’ (2006) where she plays a major role and that leads directly into Ms Marvel Vol 2 (2006).

However, I would just start at Captain Marvel Vol 7 (2012). It gives a nice tidy flashback of her origin, explains her binary power, and is where she officially becomes Captain Marvel. This is essential reading and it’s a great jumping on point. 

After that definitely read Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 (2013) issues #15 onwards, Captain Marvel Vol 8 (2014), A-Force Vol 1 (2015), Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps (2015), Ultimates Vol 1 (2015), Captain Marvel Vol 9 (2016), A-Force Vol 2 (2016), Ultimates Vol 2 (2016), and then The Mighty Captain Marvel (2017) which is currently at issue #4 and then you’re all caught up. 

Note - Skip ‘Civil War 2′ (2016) as the writer just messes up her character completely. 

I wanna play a video game this summer so do you guys have any recommendations for ps4 games? I like fun games with pretty deep stories that make me fall in love with the characters. Like I wanna play for the story not for the action itself (in COD I like missions, not online, etc). I’ve never actually played a video game (aside from occasional COD) so I’m open to ALL suggestions!!!

You bet we do!! Take notes cus your about to have a crash corse at George and Harolds College O Art!!!

  • There is inspirashun all around you, even in the things you dont like! Are your teachers really mean? Reimagin them as supervillans! Is your little sister a big tattletale? Draw her gettin whats comin to her! Just dont let her see it
  • Making a comic is kinda like drawing out a movie - so wach some movies! While your waching, think about how the tricks the camra pulls (like how it gets you to focus on one tiny thing in a huge sceene.) Look for patterns and take pictures if you want!
  • If you have time, practise drawing a page before you make the final vershun! Make a rouff skeches of the pictures on one paper, and draw the panels and speetch on another. You might find somthing you want to do diffrently when you make the final!
  • Too many panils on one page might confuse your reeders (and you!). We usually go for at least 3 and no more than 8 per page. If you have more than that, you can combine the panils into really big super panils!!
  • Write the speetch before you draw the speetch bubble. That might sound obveeus but even we keep forget this one somtimes!

Good luck!!!

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